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[How-To] All-In-One Guide For Asus Infinity (TF700) [25/03/2013]

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29th August 2012, 11:00 PM   |  #21  
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Thanks for the report, I'll add it to the "avoid" list in apps thread. I'm glad you got out of the trouble after all.
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Hi guys,, Just a little big help..

I'm rooting my Tf700 but i stoped where you see in image.. What it is supposted to do??

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3rd September 2012, 08:33 PM   |  #23  
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Hi guys,, Just a little big help..

I'm rooting my Tf700 but i stoped where you see in image.. What it is supposted to do??

Thanks

Already fixed.. I use Infinity root..
4th September 2012, 11:44 PM   |  #24  
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I believe the solution to this issue is noteworthy and should be added as a general "when doing it all the normal way doesn't work" solution: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1870280 (post #3 was the solution).
5th September 2012, 01:16 PM   |  #25  
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sorry if this sounds VERY NOOBISH
Sorry if this sounds very noobish..... I'm new to the tf700 n Android tablet but do I go through every single step u that u had posted to do a proper jailbreak on this tablet...... my knowledge of jail breaking is limited but willing to learn ...... I jailbrooken my HTC evo 4g n I was able to do it on the first try but it didn't have this much steps like this so plz any tips will help....
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Sorry if this sounds very noobish..... I'm new to the tf700 n Android tablet but do I go through every single step u that u had posted to do a proper jailbreak on this tablet...... my knowledge of jail breaking is limited but willing to learn ...... I jailbrooken my HTC evo 4g n I was able to do it on the first try but it didn't have this much steps like this so plz any tips will help....

First the jailbreak term is not used with Android devices ( some android fanboy in here could jump on you just for using that word ), but most users associate that with ROOTING in the andoid world.
So to make it simple for you only two things are needed to completely unlock your device and these are Rooting and Bootloader Unlock but if you are new to android i recommend you to start with the Rooting method first, then read more about bootloader unlocking benefits and risks.

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First the jailbreak term is not used with Android devices ( some android fanboy in here could jump on you just for using that word ), but most users associate that with ROOTING in the andoid world.
So to make it simple for you only two things are needed to completely unlock your device and these are Rooting and Bootloader Unlock but if you are new to android i recommend you to start with the Rooting method first, then read more about bootloader unlocking benefits and risks.

Inviato dal mio ASUS Transformer Pad TF700T con Tapatalk 2


Oh I'm sorry I didn't mean to affend anyone ...... and I. Would like to root n maybe install a custom rom .... and. If its like rooting my evo I understand sum of the benifits n sum. Of the dangers. Of doing it..... n. I will read up a lot more before trying it for. Myself. Wish. I had sum. I knew. That could actually show me the if I'm. Doing it right but then. I. Got the next. Best. Thing. Is people n forums like you guys willing. To. Help. Noobs. Like. Me
6th September 2012, 09:57 PM   |  #28  
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I'm trying to restore my TF700 with custom recovery (TWRP) but after verifying partition size, I've got a msg "Error flashing zip external_sdcard/recover.zip" and "failed" write in red.

In fact, I trying to restore my TF700 because wallpaper dont filled the entire screen with Apex or Go Launcher in portrait mode but work fine with stock launcher and I dont know where the problem came from.
Has someone already meet this problem ?
6th September 2012, 10:09 PM   |  #29  
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Oh I'm sorry I didn't mean to affend anyone ...... and I. Would like to root n maybe install a custom rom .... and. If its like rooting my evo I understand sum of the benifits n sum. Of the dangers. Of doing it..... n. I will read up a lot more before trying it for. Myself. Wish. I had sum. I knew. That could actually show me the if I'm. Doing it right but then. I. Got the next. Best. Thing. Is people n forums like you guys willing. To. Help. Noobs. Like. Me

Not. If you. Write like. This.

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I'm trying to restore my TF700 with custom recovery (TWRP) but after verifying partition size, I've got a msg "Error flashing zip external_sdcard/recover.zip" and "failed" write in red.

In fact, I trying to restore my TF700 because wallpaper dont filled the entire screen with Apex or Go Launcher in portrait mode but work fine with stock launcher and I dont know where the problem came from.
Has someone already meet this problem ?

Sorry if I missed something, but how is reflashing the system needed for restoring the stock launcher? Why not just use "clear defaults"?
6th September 2012, 11:23 PM   |  #30  
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Stock launcher show correctly wallpaper in portrait and landscape mode.
Go launcher and Apex launcher made wallpaper smaller on portrait mode even when I've try with 3000*3000 wallpaper.
I got 1 or 2 black row without wallpaper.

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